Barns ojämlika geografier

7,5 hp

Litteraturlista, Avancerad nivå, 4PE202

Det finns en senare version av litteraturlistan.

Huvudgrupp 1

  • Holt, Louise, Geographies of children, youth and families: an international perspective, London, Routledge, 2011Obligatorisk
  • Gustafson, K, No-go- area, no-go- school: community discourses, local school market and children's identity work, Ingår i: Children's geographies, vol. 9, nr. 2, 2011, s. 185–203Obligatorisk (18 pages)
  • Karsten, L, It all used to be better? Different generations on continuity and change in urban children's daily use of space, Ingår i: Children's geographies, vol. 3, nr. 3, 2005, s. 275–290Obligatorisk (15 pages)
  • Karsten, L, Middle-class childhood and parenting culture in high-rise Hong Kong: on scheduled lives, the school trap and a new urban idyll, Ingår i: Children's geographies, vol. 13, nr. 5, 2015, s. 556–570Obligatorisk (14 pages)
  • Nordbakke, S, Children's out-of-home leisure activities: changes during the last decade in Norway, Ingår i: Children's geographies, 2018, s. 1–14Obligatorisk (14 pages)
  • Phiri, D. T., Rural children's role in buffering household poverty through ganyu (piecework) in Zambia, Ingår i: Children's geographies, vol. 14, nr. 6, 2016, s. 685–700Obligatorisk (15 pages)
  • Sutton, L, 'They'd only call you a scally if you are poor': the impact of socio-economic status on children's identities, Ingår i: Children's geographies, vol. 7, nr. 3, 2009, s. 277–290Obligatorisk (13 pages)
  • Thomson, S, 'Territorialising' the primary school playground: deconstructing the geography of playtime, Ingår i: Children's geographies, vol. 3, nr. 1, 2005, s. 63–78Obligatorisk (15 pages)
  • Ursin, M, 'Wherever I lay my head is home' - young people's experience of home in the Brazilian street environment, Ingår i: Children's geographies, vol. 9, nr. 2, 2011, s. 221–234Obligatorisk (13 pages)
  • van der Burgt, D, Spatial avoidance or spatial confidence? Young people's agency in the active negotiation of risk and safety in public space, Ingår i: Children's geographies, vol. 13, nr. 2, 2015, s. 181–195Obligatorisk (14 pages)
  • Porter, G m.fl., Where dogs, ghosts and lions roam: learning from mobile ethnographies on the journey from school, Ingår i: Children's geographies, vol. 8, nr. 2, 2010, s. 91–105Obligatorisk (14 pages)
  • Crozier, G m.fl., White middle‐class parents, identities, educational choice and the urban comprehensive school: dilemmas, ambivalence and moral ambiguity, Ingår i: British journal of sociology of education., vol. 29, nr. 3, 2008, s. 261–272Obligatorisk (11 pages)
  • Zhang, N, Home divided, home reconstructed: children in rural-urban migration in contemporary China, Ingår i: Children's geographies, vol. 13, nr. 4, 2015, s. 381–397Obligatorisk (16 pages)

In addition, current articles and other optional course literature selected after consultation with the teacher will be included. In total the course literature comprises about 1000 pages.

* Obligatorisk